Right now, there isn't a way to pull your music from your CC library.
It will look through any music that you have on your device in iTunes library tho. Which is kinda good, because it's easy enough for even me to get audio there.
I made music in GarageBand, then sync'd my iPad and iPhone to my laptop - moved the music across, and it showed up in Premiere Clip just fine.
ONE TIP: You might want to create a folder or playlist called CLIP_BEDS if you want to use that music over and over. Worked great for me.
Currently you can pull music from your iTunes Library on your device, and you can search for music by Playlist, Album, Artist, and Song. Check out this blog post for more info: Adding music to your Premiere Clip videos. We'd love to hear your requests for other music import options!
You can also check out this post about Getting Started with Premiere Clip for an overview of the entire workflow.
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I'm looking to pull original .MP3s into my Premiere Clip project. I have iTunes on my PC and I was able to import them into my iTunes Library. I turned on Homesharing and the devices don't exactly match up. The iPad sees some of my music but not the .mp3 files. I also put the mp3 files on Dropbox and the iPad doesn't let you easily put them into the iTunes library. So Premiere Clip still can't see my .MP3s. Premiere Clip isn't even seeing my iTunes Library. I checked out iMovie and it is picking up my newly imported files from iTunes. Dropbox also let's me share my mp3s with iMovie. But Premiere Clip, the music is nowhere to be found/synched up, etc.
I successfully imported my .MP3s into my Music Library. Premiere Clip now sees them and PLAYS them, but when I go to 'replace the soundtrack,' I get this error: MISSING SOUNDTRACK: the soundtrack is missing because it was moved or deleted from this device."
This makes no sense when the music file is downloaded on the ipad and playable in my music list AND it DOES play the preview in Premiere Clip. it just doesn't replace the old theme soundtrack with my original music.
I'm so close! Looking forward to any advice for my last step.
Have you tried to remove the music, then add your new original music? Also, try duplicating the project and attempting the same. It's possible that there's something finicky in that project file.
Thank you. Bottom line (after a lot of hours) I had to import the file on my Android (Galaxy S5). I got it to work on that but it never imported on the iPad2. Once the song was there and saved to the cloud, the iPad picked up the soundtrack. However, the iPad played back the file poorly after it rendered and it plays fine on a PC.
Here's how the file is in its current state:
Needs some fine tuning in Premiere Pro & AE.
Thanks for the help. The forum has been full of support.
Is there a way of importing your own music on Android? As, obviously, you can't have iTunes on Android.
Convert to an audio codec that IS supported on your Android
I was actually a bit premature posting this question. All I had to do was drag an mp3 into the 'Music' folder on my phone from my pc and I'm good to go.